Wisconsin Four-Ball: Burcin, Ziegler prevail
01 Jun 2014
by Benjamin Larsen of AmateurGolf.com

see also: Wisconsin Four-Ball Championship, The Legend at Bristlecone

WEST ALLIS, Wisc. (June 1, 2014) -- Michael Burcin and Robbie Ziegler prevailed over Jared Magoline and Kyle Henning in 20 holes to win the Wisconsin State Golf Association Four-Ball Championship.

Representing University Ridge, Burcin and Ziegler cruised to the final match as the No. 10 seeded team and defeated Matt Ross and Kyle Driscoll of the Legends Club in Saturday's semifinal to advance.

Magoline and Henning played out of South Hills Golf & Country Club and knocked off the top seeds from Ozaukee Country Club in the semifinals.

The Wisconsin Best Ball was played at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa's Brute Course and featured a stroke-play qualifier before the 32-team match-play portion of the event started.

ABOUT THE Wisconsin Four-Ball

This two-man, four-ball scratch tournament starts with 36-hole stroke play qualifying at two different 18-hole golf courses before the low 32 teams enter into match-play in order to determine the champion. Team members do not have to be from the same WSGA member club. To be eligible, teams must have a combined WSGA Handicap Index of 12.0 or less.

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